Healthcare Reform & Your 2014 Employee Benefits Budget Seminar
Sponsor: Filice Insurance Agency
Date: March 12 2013
Time: 11:00am to 1:00pm
Location: Filice Building
Address: 738 North First St. San Jose, CA 95112
While the merits of the Affordable Care Act have been debated endlessly across cable news networks, our recent election is a pretty strong indicator that the law is here to stay. As such, employers across California should prepare for its mandates and understand the potential effects this new law may have on their overall benefits budget for 2014.
Please join us for this informative lunch meeting where we discuss the regulations employers need to address this year and begin to strategize for in the coming years.
- How to determine which regulations apply to your organization
- Understanding how “essential benefits” and “affordable” are defined
- What the Individual Mandate means to your employees
- How the Employer Mandate may affect your benefits budget
Health Care Reform, Employer Mandate, Individual Mandate, Affordable Coverage, Penalties, Exchange
Appropriate for HR and Finance professionals from all size firms.
Michelle Montoya, MLR, SPHR, Director of Compliance, Filice Insurance
Any questions, please contact Emily Zhang at email@example.com
Talented and hardworking employees with good health are critical to all size companies’ growth.
Welcome to join us to learn the new rules and how to use them to your advantage!
When & Where
As the world marches unavoidably toward globalization, the impact of China's vast and rapidly growing economy is felt in all aspects of business and investment. HYSTA (Hua Yuan Science and Technology Association) is excited to be a part of this historic transformation and we are proud to represent China. Our aim is to promote business, cultural exchange and to foster beneficial U.S. - China business relationships. We also endeavor to promote entrepreneurship and provide coaching and support for Chinese professionals in the Silicon Valley. We hope to contribute toward the success of a new generation of Chinese entrepreneurs and business leaders in the global economy.
HYSTA was established in 1999 by a group of Chinese entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley. From humble beginning as foreign students with almost no assets or connections, they became prominent business leaders in the Silicon Valley. They created HYSTA with the hope to share their experiences and knowledge with young Chinese professionals entering the business world. HYSTA, in Chinese, means both Chinese origin and resources for the Chinese.
Today, HYSTA is the leading Chinese professional organization in the Silicon Valley. It has become a trusted network for both young talents, those who have accumulated years of wisdom and a platform to exchange knowledge between the two. HYSTA has also become a valuable partner for a wide range of businesses interested in China and in accessing the rich and vibrant Chinese business community in the Silicon Valley.